It looks like people are able to throw things into Siku’s enclosure. Isn’t that a concern for Siku?
Siku’s summer facility is very open and accessible to the public. The whole idea of Scandinavian Wildlife Park is to “remove” fences so visitors see the animals in the park’s large spaces without fences or glass to disturb the experience.
Park visitors are given a handout with guidelines upon arrival, and 99.9% respect the rules. Rarely a child is not properly informed of the rules by the parents, and throws something to the animals – normally a branch from a tree.
We supervise Siku 24/7 but when there are many visitors we cannot keep an eye on everybody. We haven’t seen anybody throw things to Siku, but we are constantly on the alert (and so are most of the visitors too – they LOVE Siku, and want no harm done to him).